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  1. I have a question for you legal eagles, but first an outline. Recently there was a case of a DCA trying to collect CC debt of £3000 escalated to £8000 by interest. There never was an agreement, only an application which has never been found or presented in any form A DCA tried to obtain this debt by threatening court action. The chap replied do your worst. Court action started. The DCA then sent him some interest summaries and a Credit card agreement between him and a company he had never heard of. This agreement was undated and unsigned. They threatened to
  2. Has anyone ever had a problem with the DWP activating a debt for overpayment when you weren't even signing on? I am having money taken for an overpayment in January 2006 from Hull Jobcentre (for a job I was supposed to have done) when I wasn't signing on and not even living in the Hull catchment area, I was living off the proceeds of my house and credit cards. I did sign on later that year in late September when I was living near Hull. I can't seem to get them to grasp the fact that even if I did a job then it was none of their business as I wasn't signing on.
  3. HI I'm new to this forum and have read that much about this I thought I would just start my own thread I'm not sure if I'm been stupid or paranoid or if its true but I'm worried I may be committing fraud ????? I will start from the beginning and explain the best I can ...last June me and my ex of 14years separated we have had a VERY messy relationship (cheating domestic violence etc..) and something happened last year I won't go into it and we split up he moved to his mams and stayed there for a while before moving away just before Xmass , he came up every forth night to see his
  4. I am in receipt of carers allowance as I care for my disabled son and daughter. A woman I was talking to said she gets Carer's allowance for both her sons, but as two seperate payments as she is looking after two people. Is that even possible? I'm not saying she was lying, but I was under the impression you could only claim it once regardless of how many people you are caring for?
  5. Hi all My lender has been persuing me for a debt I can prove I don't owe. They recently agreed this though only verbally! . Have letters etc. for 2 years asking for this - which was incorrect accounting on their part Also , the lende agreed to terms I thought we had initially agreed too. For about 3years they denied these terms though transcripts of phone calls and recording prove otherwise though they never formally agreed to the terms. Because of the supposed belief in these terms we permitted a short sale of a property ; weeks before completion of the sale the lender changed the te
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